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Coquette Podcast

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Coquette

Coquette

Coquette Podcast

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This is the podcast where we tell you about women and other disenfranchised peoples throughout history, who best are remembered for their deviance from the norm. Every episode we each tell you about an individual or a group that was punished and/or celebrated for their use of sex… but don’t hold us to that exact definition.

Latest Episodes

Mini Episode 5: Great Thinkers - Émilie du Châtelet & Gertrude Bell

EAre you a thinker? In this quick mini, K and T tell you about two of their favourite famous Great Minds. K covers the life and accomplishments of Émilie du Châtelet, who seems to be remembered only for her affair with Voltaire despite her significant contributions to the study of physics. T talks about Gertrude Bell, an archaeologist, mountaineer, and British officer and politician who helped to draw the modern boundaries of the Middle East. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Follow us on insta @CoquettePodcast, on twitter @CoquettePodcast or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces. PodcastHistoryPodcastHistorywomen Explicit

41 MINMAR 4
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Mini Episode 5: Great Thinkers - Émilie du Châtelet & Gertrude Bell

Episode 11: Cora Belle and Gerda Munsinger

EIn the first episode of Season 2, T & K are excited to share some Hometown Whores. T talks about San Francisco's most notorious Madam from the Gold Rush, Belle Cora, and K delves into the Munsinger Affair, which brought Gerda Munsinger, an East German woman, into the middle of Canadian politics at the height of the Cold War. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Follow us on insta @CoquettePodcast, on twitter @CoquettePodcast or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces. PodcastHistoryPodcastHistorywomen Explicit

86 MINFEB 17
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Episode 11: Cora Belle and Gerda Munsinger

Mini Episode 4: Lovers

EHappy Valentine's Day Lovers! This week we tell each other two swoon-worthy tales of famous lovers: Eurydice & Orpheus and Psyche & Cupid. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Check us out: Twitter @historicalwpod Instagram @historicalwpodcast And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home Or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces.

33 MINFEB 14
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Mini Episode 4: Lovers

Episode 10: Veronica Franco & Ninon de l'Enclos

EBetter late than never! This episode covers two figures that inspired this podcast: Tenaya tells you about the honest courtesan of Venice, Veronica Franco, and Kristen explores the life of philosopher Ninon de l'Enclos. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Follow us on insta @CoquettePodcast, on twitter @CoquettePodcast or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces. PodcastHistoryPodcastHistorywomen Explicit

111 MINJAN 26
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Episode 10: Veronica Franco & Ninon de l'Enclos

Episode 9: Heloise & Abelard and Queen Ranavalona I

EThis episode we cover the story of two lovers from medieval France, Heloise and Abeldard, and the 19th century queen of Madagascar, Queen Ranavalona I. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Follow us on insta @CoquettePodcast, on twitter @CoquettePodcast or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces. PodcastHistoryPodcastHistorywomen Explicit

64 MIN2019 DEC 15
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Episode 9: Heloise & Abelard and Queen Ranavalona I

Episode 8: Mary Darby Robinson and Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley

EThis week we cover two prolific Romantic authors: Mary Darby Robinson and Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Follow us on insta @CoquettePodcast, on twitter @CoquettePodcast or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces. PodcastHistoryPodcastHistorywomen Explicit

84 MIN2019 DEC 14
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Episode 8: Mary Darby Robinson and Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley

Mini Episode 3: Assassins - Marcia & Charlotte Corday

ESure it's not October and we fell behind on the minis BUT it's still the season for woolly cardigans, falling leaves... and badass stories about women who murder men in the bath. In our third mini-episode, we will explore two famous female assassins: Marcia, mistress of Roman Emperor Commodus and Charlotte Corday, a French Revolutionary. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Follow us on insta @CoquettePodcast, on twitter @CoquettePodcast or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces. PodcastHistoryPodcastHistorywomen Explicit

25 MIN2019 NOV 30
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Mini Episode 3: Assassins - Marcia & Charlotte Corday

Episode 7: Mathilde Kschessinska and Aspasia of Miletus

EIn Episode 7, Tenaya tells the story of prima ballerina Mathilde Kschessinska, and Kristen details the life and legacy of Ancient Greece's most famous hetaera, Aspasia of Miletus. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Follow us on insta @CoquettePodcast, on twitter @CoquettePodcast or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces. PodcastHistoryPodcastHistorywomen Explicit

81 MIN2019 NOV 25
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Episode 7: Mathilde Kschessinska and Aspasia of Miletus

Episode 6: Laura Bell and Mary Magdalene

ESorry for the delay! Mercury is in retrograde, and life has interfered with recording. In Episode 6, Kristen tells us about the Queen of London Whoredom, Laura Bell, and Tenaya tells us why Mary Magdalene wasn't exactly a hooker with a heart of gold. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Follow us on insta @CoquettePodcast, on twitter @CoquettePodcast or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces. PodcastHistoryPodcastHistorywomen Explicit

81 MIN2019 NOV 15
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Episode 6: Laura Bell and Mary Magdalene

Mini Episode 2: Pirates - Jeanne & Teuta

EIt's October, and we're continuing our Spooooky theme in a series of weekly mini episodes. In this second mini episode, we're looking at the pirates Jeanne de Clisson, known as the Lioness of Brittany, and Teuta, the pirate queen of Illyria. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Follow us on insta @CoquettePodcast, on twitter @CoquettePodcast or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces. PodcastHistoryPodcastHistorywomen Explicit

29 MIN2019 OCT 8
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Mini Episode 2: Pirates - Jeanne & Teuta

Latest Episodes

Mini Episode 5: Great Thinkers - Émilie du Châtelet & Gertrude Bell

EAre you a thinker? In this quick mini, K and T tell you about two of their favourite famous Great Minds. K covers the life and accomplishments of Émilie du Châtelet, who seems to be remembered only for her affair with Voltaire despite her significant contributions to the study of physics. T talks about Gertrude Bell, an archaeologist, mountaineer, and British officer and politician who helped to draw the modern boundaries of the Middle East. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Follow us on insta @CoquettePodcast, on twitter @CoquettePodcast or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces. PodcastHistoryPodcastHistorywomen Explicit

41 MINMAR 4
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Mini Episode 5: Great Thinkers - Émilie du Châtelet & Gertrude Bell

Episode 11: Cora Belle and Gerda Munsinger

EIn the first episode of Season 2, T & K are excited to share some Hometown Whores. T talks about San Francisco's most notorious Madam from the Gold Rush, Belle Cora, and K delves into the Munsinger Affair, which brought Gerda Munsinger, an East German woman, into the middle of Canadian politics at the height of the Cold War. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Follow us on insta @CoquettePodcast, on twitter @CoquettePodcast or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces. PodcastHistoryPodcastHistorywomen Explicit

86 MINFEB 17
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Episode 11: Cora Belle and Gerda Munsinger

Mini Episode 4: Lovers

EHappy Valentine's Day Lovers! This week we tell each other two swoon-worthy tales of famous lovers: Eurydice & Orpheus and Psyche & Cupid. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Check us out: Twitter @historicalwpod Instagram @historicalwpodcast And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home Or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces.

33 MINFEB 14
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Mini Episode 4: Lovers

Episode 10: Veronica Franco & Ninon de l'Enclos

EBetter late than never! This episode covers two figures that inspired this podcast: Tenaya tells you about the honest courtesan of Venice, Veronica Franco, and Kristen explores the life of philosopher Ninon de l'Enclos. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Follow us on insta @CoquettePodcast, on twitter @CoquettePodcast or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces. PodcastHistoryPodcastHistorywomen Explicit

111 MINJAN 26
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Episode 10: Veronica Franco & Ninon de l'Enclos

Episode 9: Heloise & Abelard and Queen Ranavalona I

EThis episode we cover the story of two lovers from medieval France, Heloise and Abeldard, and the 19th century queen of Madagascar, Queen Ranavalona I. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Follow us on insta @CoquettePodcast, on twitter @CoquettePodcast or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces. PodcastHistoryPodcastHistorywomen Explicit

64 MIN2019 DEC 15
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Episode 9: Heloise & Abelard and Queen Ranavalona I

Episode 8: Mary Darby Robinson and Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley

EThis week we cover two prolific Romantic authors: Mary Darby Robinson and Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Follow us on insta @CoquettePodcast, on twitter @CoquettePodcast or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces. PodcastHistoryPodcastHistorywomen Explicit

84 MIN2019 DEC 14
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Episode 8: Mary Darby Robinson and Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley

Mini Episode 3: Assassins - Marcia & Charlotte Corday

ESure it's not October and we fell behind on the minis BUT it's still the season for woolly cardigans, falling leaves... and badass stories about women who murder men in the bath. In our third mini-episode, we will explore two famous female assassins: Marcia, mistress of Roman Emperor Commodus and Charlotte Corday, a French Revolutionary. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Follow us on insta @CoquettePodcast, on twitter @CoquettePodcast or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces. PodcastHistoryPodcastHistorywomen Explicit

25 MIN2019 NOV 30
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Mini Episode 3: Assassins - Marcia & Charlotte Corday

Episode 7: Mathilde Kschessinska and Aspasia of Miletus

EIn Episode 7, Tenaya tells the story of prima ballerina Mathilde Kschessinska, and Kristen details the life and legacy of Ancient Greece's most famous hetaera, Aspasia of Miletus. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Follow us on insta @CoquettePodcast, on twitter @CoquettePodcast or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces. PodcastHistoryPodcastHistorywomen Explicit

81 MIN2019 NOV 25
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Episode 7: Mathilde Kschessinska and Aspasia of Miletus

Episode 6: Laura Bell and Mary Magdalene

ESorry for the delay! Mercury is in retrograde, and life has interfered with recording. In Episode 6, Kristen tells us about the Queen of London Whoredom, Laura Bell, and Tenaya tells us why Mary Magdalene wasn't exactly a hooker with a heart of gold. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Follow us on insta @CoquettePodcast, on twitter @CoquettePodcast or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces. PodcastHistoryPodcastHistorywomen Explicit

81 MIN2019 NOV 15
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Episode 6: Laura Bell and Mary Magdalene

Mini Episode 2: Pirates - Jeanne & Teuta

EIt's October, and we're continuing our Spooooky theme in a series of weekly mini episodes. In this second mini episode, we're looking at the pirates Jeanne de Clisson, known as the Lioness of Brittany, and Teuta, the pirate queen of Illyria. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to automatically get new episodes. Follow us on insta @CoquettePodcast, on twitter @CoquettePodcast or send us an email at historicalwpodcast@gmail.com And check out our website: https://coquettepodcast.wixsite.com/home The theme song is a clip from Body And Soul by Annette Hanshaw (1930 - Public Domain Mark 1.0). All views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast are the hosts and are not necessarily held by their workplaces. PodcastHistoryPodcastHistorywomen Explicit

29 MIN2019 OCT 8
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Mini Episode 2: Pirates - Jeanne & Teuta
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